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“Great space opera of the extra-pulpy variety”

That’s how Michael H. Payne sums up Marseguro and Terra Insegura. About the latter, he specifically has this to say:

This one has a few more “snags” than the first book–some places where the plot machinery creaked a bit and where the characters acted to further the story rather than in a way anyone in their situation actually would–but these two books are still great space opera of the extra-pulpy variety. I’ll certainly be looking for Willett’s next.

Not a complete rave, but he obviously enjoyed it. I hope he twigs to the fact that “Willett’s next” will actually be “Lee Arthur Chane’s first”…

Oh, and for the record, I consider “great space opera of the extra-pulpy variety” to be a compliment, so there!

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